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MURDERS I. KFVTICKV.
THREE SESS.T10NAL KI1.LIM.M
1 OXii OL'STV.
Frphlfnl Sn!r'(J ann AMomptftl
Tnrder-Another Kol i'f w
Vml AM.'i mn Arret-ted.
J I.oi isvii i.e. Kv., April 1.1. Infor
nation ri'iu'hel here to-lay of three
-'iiKitional innnli're in Hell county,
y., (luriiifj the jast week. Elilm
;a lor marril a kisUt of Wm. Shell,
i'he vin1 quurri'li'd, and the woman
IcM-rtt'd lit m. The 1iiinIhii4 went in
earch of his wife, accoiiipuiiiecl by
oun'Miell, her i rotner. iliey lounii
ier in I ineville, lnu in a smoke-house.
aylor fori ei her to go with him, and
tiiev Marteil awav fhell shot Savior
nee times, mortally wounding him.
lylni- a. one of tho men who mar
red Wn. HoskiiiK and his daughter
iout a year afro.
I:i the second murder lierry Turner
aHed on:, saying he was poinjr to kill
is iii:t:i to-liiy Mooting a man
uiic 1 Leww lie leveled his (run and
iot him deud without warning.
The third cane occurred on Clear
ivck. A numherof countrymen had
ithered at a house, and alter enjiajr-
, in a ilrunken iroiic got into a gen-
il tight. lien the smoke of battle
ared away Seth (ioodin wan found
ail, and William Poughertv, whom
is thought killed iooilin, was
retched 'in the floor with an eye
t out and his nose shot oil'.
SiiicMla. njr rimming
N'kw Yumr, April 1!!. A well'known
iker of this city, Dennis (J. Wileox,
iiiinitted Hiiiciile at 1 1 in home to 'lav,
hhooting himself. Hi mind is .said
have been disordered. He was
y-sevcn years of age.
i tra RMir I.MnileJ In Jm.I
Uiii-itis. Tux.. Auril 1.1. John
fiwsoiihax been brought over from
iiinii ami plared in the eountv jail
a charge of having rolibi'l t':e
lis iSc rargo Express Company of
i () while acting in the capacity of
itc mc-senger. He waived a iire-
.iinu v exaininatiiin and, in default
hail, wai sent to jail So partial
i of the case are given.
iici i ful
ethoit, Mich., April 1,1. The
nimj Juurnut's Grand Ledge (Mich. I
rial say: A frightful suicide and
rmpt at iv urdi r occurred here last
lit. John ;oise, whose wife re
ved a divorce several months ago,
nt to the house where she was
pping and opened fire on her with
volver, shooting her in the shoul-
lle was cha.-ii'il around several
ks, keepiiur his pursuers back
h threats. Then he shot himself
he right temple, causing death in
iort time. A letter was found on
person stating that he could not
without his wife, and for that rea
roiiiinitted the deed. Mrs. Morse
it dangerously wounded.
ili.r Miir''T Idrnwlajr f
m n a, Neil, Auril 1.1, News has i
lied here of a murder yesterday
i- Burnett, Neb. Several men
moving a country school-house,
n four or five .young men, under
influence of whisky, drove up.
v' were well supplied with liquor
ottles, and aBked the workmen to
k with them. This invitation was
M'd, whereupon insulting remarks
ell Sack and forth and a general
tiurlit ensued. Durine the melee.
jt ge Downey, one of the drunken
..asked .1. A. harskine, a well
vn temperance man, to drink
his bottle. The latter refused,
they fought. Finally Harsh ine
d up an ax and buried the blade
in his antagonist's skull, killing
almost instantly. Karskine was
d in jail at Iturnett.
nnritrrril While) Ho Slept,
'iiisfiFiEi.ti, Wo,, April 13. About
'clock yesterday morning a dead
was foun 1 about five miles gntith
f this city The body was lying
lire in the edge of the brush some
feet from the Gulf railway track.
. hoes were off, his coat thrown
s his breast. The right side of
'irehead had been crushed into a
by a large rock lying close by
' I'd with blood. The unfortunate
evidently was murdered while he
He hail placed some s lcks and
lives together for his pillow, and
liy were places that had been
'iitly occupied during the night
o men, who it is thought, were
rangers who were going east (
that vicinity early this morning,
bjert of the murder was no doubt
rv, although the indications are
the assassins eoul 1 not have
d but n mere pittance. The
i's name is thought to have been
isteMri from n liH.r rlnt.il
ijjie, ()., October 5. 1885, which
i' whom it may concern : This is
tify that P. Costello has been
j' ved by this company for about
i ears as a brakeman. He leaves
j rvice of his own accord to try
; otter bis condition West. To
m need of bis services, 1 can
'mi nd him as a first-class brake
if ClrvulnnJ, Loriiue and Wheeling
oad . '
1 railroad laborers who acted
suspiciously while the remains
.eing viewed, were arrested, but
anl released for lack of evi
The coroner brought the body
city yesterday afternoon, and a
1 wan returned in accordance
ie above facts.
h i-r lot. f IVeir York 4 liter
!. men Locked 1 1.
: Yokk, April 1.1. Thomas
)u. Michael Dully, Ixiuis Wendel,
j ih Fulgratr, Arthur J. Mp
ji Thomas Shields, Patrick Far-
, lui O'Neil and Henry L. Sayles.
ji rs of the Board of Aldermen of
' vere all arrested this morning
n 8 and 9 o'clock. Recorder
j . - had issued warrants, which
; , nt rusted to District Attorney
').', who placed them in Police
I j or Byrnos's hands. The
i J against them are similar to
I.-ainst the aldermen previoiibly
j, namely, the acceptance of
nr tlieir voies on me nroan
ilroad franchise in question,
re all taken to police head-
and locked up. Messengers
i liiieoiaii'iy sent, out uy ineiu
h of tiondsmen. lhomas
il is a member of the
! ,f Aldermen.
I il'O o clock tins morning ex
in ,'cC be was arrested at
Lexington avenue by Detec-
ni-rs. Alderman Fink of the
I I .r.l ic nnit the onlv one in tho
i District Attorney Marline
' in Police Inspector Bvrnes's
' ast evening the warrants ior i
st oi the aldermen and ex-
u. it was decided to place them
Nanrveillance, but not to arn-st
I' i ti 1 this morning. At 7 o'clock
It t re issued from the central
o'.li. i-! i bring the accused aldermen
:i . Tin :irt one who jasl d through
wi.at is iiuw kiio au as Uie "tilder
niaiiic gate ' was Miehai-i Puffy. He
wnsindiimnnt at rrret. ll;s nti.
aa ciiangeil to amaxeuieut, how ever,
when one after the other of hi ex
col!i aL'ues was led in alter liim. 1;
looked as though the hosrd of 14
had come to life again and was about
to hold another ea ly morning "snap"
Col OT.yrne, counsel for ex-Alderman
"Tommy'' Sheils, went before
Judge Andrews, in Supreme Court
c hamliera, and obtained a writ of ha
beas corpus in behalf of his client, re
qui'iug him to Ik- forthwith produced
in the Court of Over and Terminer,
and the cause of his detention in
iiuired into. The petifion upon which
the writ was granted states that the
ex-Alderman is restrained of his lib
erty by Thomas Hyrres, and that the
cause of his restraint is unknow n. The
writ is directed to Inspector Byrnes or
any other jierson who may have him
in custody. Judge Barrett is holding
the Court of ( yer and Terminer.
Recorder Sm'ythe fixed the bail at
$J5,tKK) in each case. The AHermen
all looked unhappy while awaiting
the arrival of their bondsmen. At
1 :30 o'clock the Grand Jury entered
part 1 of the Court of General Ses
sions, with inilicimeiits charging
twelve of the Board of Aldermen of
1884 with bribery. The indictments
are similar to those presented against
Jaehne, the vice-president of the pres
ent board and a member of that of
1884, and ex-Aldermen J. Kirk and
Pearson. The indicted Aldermen are:
FullgratT, Wendel, Mcljuade, Shiels,
Ihitiy, Cleary, Farley, Sayles, Keilly,
O'Neil, McCabe and one other, whose
name was not made public, as he has
not yet been arrested.
ivlesseugeis were feet to ail qusrters
of the ci:y in Benrch t f liODitnnien.whn
qu:ckly a pereil. As t' e iihwh spread
inioiikh the eitv persontil and polili
i a' f r.i'i)de of tne victims hurried to
j.o'ice lieadqiiarterf, and trie i orridom
were r.-pVly crowd, d. Rtcirder
So;' :h. , in tlm Cour' of G tina1 Scf
bl hf, fix -ii tlm tiHil ht S'.Ti.L'O I ill eixch
c!'f. M-.l a:l Mm by, a cor,tvct,r.
wh acc -tite i r.s hnmt: m: n for ' To ii
mv" Shields; Alderman Cii-ary wan
tailed bv J.diri Do'larp, a ilein r i;:
g'a n, and !-ol Shvk s "is c.ci'mii'oiI
b ind. man (or hi? brother, Henry L.
Saves. H mani K"-ht jw.-lc-r, be
came birdsnihn for Ex-AIdt mini
WVvd'l. Kx Alderman AbCiihc,who
' tiered John T. Karl y, a hn lder, wl o
jmlified in il55 '-OO, and wrs occt pted
Ex-Aldernan Patrick MiQ.i t.al a
hard time iu securing thef-" 0,0 b- 'i.
He finally "-ecnreil in rhe pet on ot MB
brotntr, BcrtmrJ Mtti iade, S ppiien
Fry, Jrnn Haintbich, l-.;riis ."miih
and John McUrystfl. Al 'ernian
Dr. fly furnished as bondrm-ii George
Haiti'ertT, Ko'Dcrt Cord '.d Thomas
Hopan, who were duly qualified and
accepted. Next tt pivi bail was
R idoloh L Fiil?rnfl'. His bmdsmcn
werp John G. Forte, his son-iu-law
and Charles Jones. Kx-Aiderman
Farley, aftr Borne do'av, orcdu-ifd
John W. Gillig, mane ger of R ipjeri'.i
b ewerv, and who i fli r'd pioperty
worth StiO.COO; he was mceed. Jehn
Tiern"!!, a Broadwy oyster d -al-I'rr,
and John 1'e .h'v. u retnel
merchant, justified for Kx Alderman
O'Neil. F.x-Aldermen Fink and
O'Reilley, who had .been arrested,
were brought to the District Attor
ney's rooms The bondsmen for the
former are Charles Vanhoff, a milk
dealer, and George Uothlin, a piano
action maker. The urrest of all the
Aldermen was precipitated by the
fear that they might run away and
become Canadians. The indictments
are identical with those of Jaehne,
Kir and Pearson. In the indict
ii cuts the day for the payment of the
bribes is' set down as August 2, 1SN4.
the day before the memorable special
meeting. Charles B. Waite was the
sole witness of the indictment. The
full list of the members of the
bra'd of 1884, who have ben thua
far arrested on charges t f bribery iu
connection with granting the franchise
to the Bowery raihoad, is as folljws:
Jaehne, K;rk, Peais-jn, Miller, C eary,
O'Neil, MiQcwde, Suislds, Saylei-,
DofTc, Fuliraff, Wendel, Farley,
O'Reilly, McCabe atd Finch. Ex-Alderman
Wai e has turned state's evi
dence, and DtUuy, Dmisev and
Rotbmsn lave h ft the c ty. Kenny
and McLaughlin are dead. Grunt ana
O'Connor voted auain-t the bill, and
are eafe from prosecut'on.
It is lumoied that McCiibe may be
lined as a witness for the Stnte.
The Post - aye: "It is said by a trend
of one of the Aidei'ireu that tha arrrsts
we.e made this morning in order that
the Sena'e Investigating Gommilti e
might have an excuse ior windii g up
their work last the ( harficier, of many
i f the mem' era of the Ltgialature of
1884 should be smirched."
Kx A'deitnan O'R-iily has just been
arrested by Police Inepeclor Byrne's
Remit or Ir. Pitnl Cnqnin'a
Ntadlm Coder Plenr.
St. Lcuis, Mo., April 13 The Rural
World will publish to morrow a letter
from Dr. Paul Pnquin, State Veteriuary
Suigeou of Misiouii, who is now in
Paris studying under M. Paaieur and
his co-laborers on the vaiious conta
gtous dieeaaes of Kuiope, wl iuh we
have in America The letter is one of
great interest to those who have uiven
any thought tj pleuro-pneumonia, in
that the dotitor expresses the convic
tion that remedial effo.ts are of no
avail when once the dieeasa ha? be
come seated. He says: ' Iu cot tag'ous
pleuro-pneumonia, which Innatecs
the va t ntock-rais ng inteiests of the
I'niteil S ate.1", no other treatment
should be employed, in my opinion,
than preventive oneF, for, as it has been
so often demonetrnttd, the disease can
rarely if ever be cured by medical
me.'-ns, nnd it is certainly favoring
the epre.id of it to attempt such treat
ment of the preventive measuiea
which have been recommend' d and
cilicised, two, and only two, in my
humble belief, should be employed,
one inrcola ion, the other the slaugh-t-irirg.-
f every diseased anima'." Dr.
Piiquin seems, from tbe tenor of his
letter, ti be thoroughly convinced of
tbe u 'fulness of inocn'ation and of
its tfiiuiency, an opinion which, bs
vet, has hardly found favor with the
lending authcrities in this country,
but r4h.r the leverse. Tbe lettor is
pregnant with suggestive points, acd
will be rral with interest by veterina
rians and cattlemen.
present The trbooaer Which Nnnk Ihe Ore
Sag Harbor, N. Y., April 13.
While Capt. Conklin of the Georgica
Life Saving Station was on watch this
morning he discovered the broad side
of a schooner lying on the beach
about three miles east of East Hamp
ton. Tbe bow w iis evidently smashed
and apparently was a portion of a
schooner of aliout 00 tons. Another
piece of the wreckage was seen in the
ocean, working toward the shore. Xo
name has been found yet, but it is
supposed she is the schooner which
sun the steamship wregon
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL--WEDNESDAY, APltlL 13, kSSO
I TWO wjvoptTY eV!
MITItn TO Tlir. HOl E
liaiistiye l'eIew of the Pie-ieilcii(-i
in the Cu-Jp.
W.eirrcTiN, ipril IU Two :e
ports by th,e minority of the Ju 'ie:ary
Committee upon t i resolution sub
mitted t" that coniini tee, inquiring
into the power of ihe government to
ii s'itu'c sa;t at theirMance of private
corporations to annul patents, were
p.esented ta the Hciie to-day. The
I first report, which is sin"d bv
Mi srs. Parker, E. B. Taylor. Hepburn
; and Casweil, after ar t xiiait'ive -view
I o! prectd nts, arrives at tr.e following
I cwnclusicn :
I FIRST MINI KITY BhP.BT.
I Firtl. Thiit the uth uity to cancel
or ttiiLul a patent for an mvi ntimi or
discovery in a suit between pnvati
p. r ieK. on the ground that the same
waPoiti Ui'd by fraudulent collusion
with an i flic;r f 'he government or
I surrepli'.ii n-ly by or upon fal:-e sug
I geetions, does not exist.
Second That the pnl-Pc iuieree's
riquiie that authi rity aiiould exist in
thti goveriimmit, under p.op, r le-t iu
' tioii, to bring suit iu the name of tne
Coned Slates to repial and auLul any
: such patent so obtain e 1.
j Third That under ti e statutes and
decisions of the United Slates it is a
matter tf grave doubt vbeiher au
thority now pxifcta permitting a suit
i by tbe Ui ited Statts to annul a pa'ent
obtained as above s ated, which doubt
can only be determined by a deiUiou
of the court of last retort
i Fourth. That in case it shall be au
thoritatively decided tbtt tin) right to
bricg suit for the cuirl a ion of a
i patent claimed to havu been cbltdnt d
: by fraudulent lo'.lneio.i w to an oilier
of t ie govcr'.menf, or Hiirreptitioiifly
. by or upi n fabe fuygeeii in, nuwii'-ti'
i wi 1j an oflii: r cf the g lvviiiinci.t act
1 iug upou his own inotioi , or at the
i balance of ac other aiuo du g t his
i ji-.ditm. r,t, or at his pleasure to uttu'k
j in the tame and dtthe expense ol Ihe
! United b:ates any paten: now in lifts
t tin h as may at any time exi-l, w to
no ris rainta or limitations exc pi
j tuiih i-.b sihll ejifie t lin to judicial pro.
j c.ediiigsi a.'t T the suit is lomn.oiued,
i is a power and responsib liiy that
Cngr'SH ftiould defl'ie r rn-trict.
Fifth That incase it shall be d.
ciittd ilia- no authority exinti on tbe
inn r.f anv i (liner or de a tinent of
tlie aovernineiit ti instiru e such suit,
i' iatiioally the duty of CoriurpcH to
e.-bibliiih t.nd limit such powi r.
This mienrity recommends tlie en
actment of a bill confeiring the nec?esa
i) power upon the Attorney-General
to bricg a enit bi f ire the r-ecietary cf
t e Interior in which no issue shall
he litif.a'td ttiat cun bo determined in
a private euiu
SKCONI) MINORITY KBI'JM
McM'p. E:iui,ey an! J. riiewurt
unite in a second minority report,
holding t'ueie is no authority for a
suit in the Mint': of tbe United" Stst-,
br iught fur the pu pife cf vacating a
p lent ior nn i.-.vtii t op, except when
it ban d upon a a-at of facta which
c:i mot be. rega d 'd by the court end
m.le pvailiblo in aa infrirgumtnt
i.iii', a ol that in no case can tbe name
n! t!ie govern ment be pioperly lent to
a sni. in f'e in'erert ouly of private
pa: ties. It is a ipieetioa which ad
mits of grave dontit,they say, whether,
in i ho a' sence cf any statute provid
irg for i', such a suit can bo brought
and miir.t lined at ail. The question
cannot be regarded as decided
by the, Unitrd Siats Supreme Court,
and tbe decisions in the Circuit Court
are oi.llictiug on that point Bit the
bntti r doctrine Beema to be that a
patent fo- an invention may he va
cated in a suit brought by tbe govern
ment in the interest of the general
public, whpn obtained surreptitiously
or by band. So far as this, and to this
extent only, these gentlemen concur
in tbe report of the majority, and join
in Ihe report of the minority except
so far a? tbe same is qualified by what
is said above.
Home for Itern Jed 4'lercr men.
Pmi.ADKi.i'iiiA, Pa., April 13. The
will of the late Ann Jane Mercer, who
died on the 5th instant at her resi
dence here, and left an estate valued
at about $400,000, was admitted to pro
bate this afternoon. The will be
queaths her estate in Montgomery
county, known as "the Mount," with
the buildings thereon, tho furniture,
horses, carriages, etc., to establish a
home for the support mid maintenance
of selected clergymen of the Presby
terian faith who are decayed by age or
disabled by infirmity, and who do not
use tobacco in any form or shape. It
further bequeaths the sum of $100,000
to maintain the home. After direct
ing the payment of a number of pri
vate bequests she bequeaths the resi
due to her executor, to be by him ap
plied and appropriated to such re
ligious and benevolent uses and pur
poses in the glory of God and the ex
tension of His kingdom in the world
and for the welfare of suffering hu
manity as ho may see fit.
7 hey Are Mot Sorry.
There is one thing nobody ever re
grets that i, the day ihey Bret adopt
ed Parker's Tonic as their regular fam
ily medicine. Its range is bo wide,
and its good effects so sure, that noth
ing eihe, except good nursing, are
needad in a great m-j ority of cases.
Buy ir, try it, and afieiwanl it will not
require sny p'aieef rom ns.
-. '. r-i
-..'i.i..' t .
l'r.'Ti-r.i Mif.! : , oci .! r v;iri to health.
,v fcMin'jnift, lltp or A 'im.
ftW" DiKMO POiVDEfi CO..
'iiMfor. jt. t nun
DEB0CRAT9 TO TBK FRONT To tl
perKOuti veekinit (ioveromeDt km
iiloyment in ny oi the department j
WaphiDKtiin, or any other pniilioni umle
thelinTerntretit.I willnniJ talHrtroction
as to how to pioeeeil to obtiiin the ni.
and I'lMiik oriuof A)llealltn on
ri -eirt t On Dollar. Adre" J"
DKAP5ICNM It CAr8S8 od Cf :H.v
c - who wn deaf twnty-itit yeat'
r"(fd I v most of the noted r"iliti.
t v d v witb o benefit Ci'iio mmiun
thrt ttiontbf. en I lnc then hundreds oi
o' her by in pnoef A plain, aiuipl nd
tuoertiafal home treatmont. "ldren i.O.
P A.1K. I'ji lui 4hth Tnii CtT.l
1 - 1
tMt.rnn-n lt.'iil.T Urllrrd
KK A I'M KNT A w .rm b .th.wiih Ti ti
I t i r;i cm, uie rem 8kiu "ur-. Tbi re-
reati-d Jinly, witu iwu ur thte d4ie ot I'i .
t Tin ua Ktcsui.VfcN t, the New H-oon lunoert
j to kiee f e hl'Mid ci.i', the i-cr pi ration eurti
n I irr t t'n . t -t- t I- .irt.'b'' :'ir
, it Eld kidney ai-liy, will )..eUllr fore hr
, si-iun. Teller. Kimtwnriur INnritiiiifi, Llrlien, ,
Pruritus. Scnld Head, l an lruff t'l every
fl-ecief i f Iti-hirr. Si'' ti I I'nnely iliiiiiom
ol the .Txlp and skin, when the beiit itii
i-t .nt and reujedieg fail. i
t z:f . a tiii.it. !
Vour nioyt vatnahli Cctxi-ra HRMRmi'H
have done my child si mu-b iiood that 1 itl
like payinc tnt tor the beuriit i'i th pe who
are tmu le.i with fkin J nmr. My little
girl wn trouhle't with Krtcina. and I tried
feveriil doctor! and ire irmei. but did not
do- her any gvutt until I uit.i tbe Ci tuthi
Htnu'lM, whirh rprediiy curtd her, fir
which I owe you m.ii.y thuukt and many
niftbt.i of reft.
AMOS B0.-SM1F.R. KJ.nburit, Ind.
iiiiti k or iihi m u p
1 wan slninpt iTrc'tlT h id. raierd bv Tt-
l, u tl,m tAn tk. t m...,r I'.'-
i Tici KA KKWKiMfcft at'out six wti-k.". and tlii-y
curfd niyacale lertei-tly. and imw luy hair
it comini; hack aa thick ni it ever w-
J. 1'. CHOICE, hitcfooro, Te iai.
COVHtl ll WITH iii ur-lltN.
I want to toll ynu that : nur Cctici hi Kr
soi.MtvTi manitli-i iit Ahnu' throe nu nthn
airo my fai wan covered with I'luO-hec. anil
Rfier uninir three b'lttie r nt Km o.v kn r I wa
perfectly cured. KKLPEU I K V AlTKb..
Jl St. Charles street. Mew Orieani. La.
IlMHt' I'UK I II It I. Ml IhI..i:N
On r f nut euat'iiner s;iy Tour Curicra t
Kkvhiiiks ure the bcit he can find for ilchinv
ot thetkin. tie tr cd all-nth- and found I
Do reliet until he tind yours. I
F.J. ALUKK'il. Druml, Kiaint un,0.
Sold everywhere. Price: Ci-tici ii, St'cti. : !
Soe,JS eta : Kksiii.vknt.SI.iO. Prepared by I
the Port if UwiiiMi Ciikmh-u. Co. . lioaion, !
Mam. i-ond for " Una tu Cure Skin lu-
DIM PLUS, lilnckhea.ia. Skin Klemiahea ;
I 1 " i.d Itahy lluuiiir".iii'e Ci.Tiri ha Soap.
HOW MM' llll,anil Hl K
JLA to th lainiihcd of old ia a CUTi
KjW i vm An'TI-I'ain Plahuh to the
yaty tatai'liin rides nnd back, tlie weak
l topi painful ii.uacea. the aore
I aam a'hct and hat-kin couiib, and
every piiin and achi: of liuily toil. Jrio.
Scntfula of Lims Itc
JievtM.. I am niav fi rty-n'.LO years oM, uiid have
flutrcrod for tho l.vt fiftuen years with a lung
trouble. Several luembe. ti of the futiuly on
uiy mother'ai Bdn nT thu hou-e ha 1 died with
coiiiimtijition and tho dowto i were all
fur'oi in their opinion that I had consutup
tina aUu. I had all the dUtrening eyiup
toiDS o! that terrible dipeacu. I hiive ent
thousands of dollars to arrest the march 0
this disease; I have employed all of ihe
usual methods, not only in my own case,
but in the treatment of other member! o
my family, but totnporary relief way al
that I obtained. I voti unQt for any manua
labor for ieveal yearn. By chance I oaine
Into roKsion of a pamphlet on "Blood
and Skin Disease," from the office of Swiit
Hpefilif Co., Atlanta, Uh. A friend reeo b
momW Ihe upo of hwift' hpeoiftc rlaiininfr
that he httnffnlf had breri (ireatly benefited
by Ita ui-e in flu, tie luntr trouhlef. I reeolved
totry it. Ahuiit tuiir years uko I oomtuencet
to take ri. S. acenrdintf to direotinnn. I
found it an in vnratinK tmir, and have unea
about fifty bo'tles. The re ultn are most re
markable. .My coukth haf lett in e, my
Btrennth has returned. ant 1 weik'h ixty
imundf niorf than 1 ever did in my lilf. It
has hein thrue yearn since 1 stopped the
ueo of the medicine, b it I have hud no re
turn of the disease, and there are no painn
or weaknect felt in my lung. I do the hard
est kind of utocb :i iiical work, and foel a?
well as I ever foR sinco I was a iioy. T ee,
I h now, are wonderful niatetuenin to tnaku,
but I am honort wh-n I siy thut I owe mv
existence and health to day t'i Sivut'a Sptw
eifio. It is the only medicine that brou.ht
me any perumnont rohef 1 do n t chv (ha;
Swift's .Specific will do this in ev.ry en? p.
but most positively affirm that it Iihm iione
this much for me. and I would bo recreant
t the duty I owe to suffering huiniinity it I
failed to bear this cheerful tfrttitnnny to tho
niorits of this wonderful medicine. I am
well known in ton city of M.ntiriuery, mid
can refer to some of the be.-t '-itisens in tho
citv. T. .1. UULf.
Montgomery, Ala., June 1, JHH5.
Rwiit s Specific is entirely yottetahle.
Treatise on Blood ard Skin Diseases mailed
free. TU ESfflFT uPKClFICCO..
lrawor 3, Atlanta, Ua, New York , 157 W
No. 99 (IW). In the Chancery Court of
Shelhy county, Tenn State of Tnnnensee
for tbe ue of the city of .Memphis vs. VV.
E. Butler et al.
It aii caring from tho amended bill filed in
this cause that defendants, the heirs of Carrie
N. Wood, dee'd; of W. K. Elliott, dee'd ; of
Antrolo Oabrino, deo'd : of Ci as. Karwmkle.
deo d; ot John Hock, uert'd ; of August h e
ber, den'd ; f M-iry u onard, il'il ; of Bet
tie Bruner, deo'd: of Bridget O'Neil, 'eo'd;
ot If red S, P.iliner, dc'd ; of Jot.ert Hcrg
Kin. den'd; ot T . B. U n(ddH;l'Mid; of U.
11. Cowan, dee'd ; of Ellen W'nlfh, dee'd ; nf
A. Colin, deo'd ; of Ann M. B ildwin, den'd :
ot Janes Alrxundrr. deii'd; id' ' ulrd'mia
Brown, doe'd: of P J Murray, dee'd; of
Klixace'h V. Mxrris. dee'd: Wui. Polk,
dee'd; of Martha t erry, der'j; o K. II.
C'tildres, dre'ii ; and of A. Van Brooklyn,
and of K. B. Uur.n, at.d Teter Leona'-d,
and Mrs. L. Ta e Wilaon, are un-
known, and who-e names nnd pUces !
of rnl'fince fannot bo .i cerUined upon dil
igent injury tnado; and thai the places of
reidonc of A. Vm Brooklyn, b P. Ounn,
Mrs. I . Tate Wilson, Peter Leonard. AiikoIo
(iabriii'j, Chit-. KarwinkU, John, Andrew,
Ma y and Alarn:ret Curr.dl, Jihn Hock,
Mary Leonard, Bet tie Bruner. Joseph Mi
Ier, A. W. Miller, Thos. and R. U. Millor,
Nancy J. Alexander, Bri ltt O'Neil, Fred S.
Pi'mor, Kof.ert Sr-roKKin, i. u. ueynoni',
G. H. Cowan, Ann M.. Alt F., Klia Louiko,
Joe and Virginiti HouKh, Ellen Walsh, A.
ohn,Ann M. Baldwin, James Alexander,
Calednnia Brown, '. J. Murray, Hiiuoeth
0. Harris, Wm. Po k and Martha Berry, ao
unknown'an LiantU't beusoertained upon d.I
.Kent inquiry : and this suit is brought tn en
t ree a lien f'ir taxo dua the city of Mmo
phi on the tollowins; parrels of around in
said rity, in which said parties or their heirs
are intereste . or own, ii the orders in which
thevnre named above: Lot 39,40 and 41
in block 10: lot" lOani II in block 37; lot 'tf
in block 11 ; lot 15 in block 7, Dooto street:
lot S7, block l's Orleans St.; part lot 2 in
block I n on Elliott st. : part lot 4:'2, Hnyoso
St., fettt eist of l)esoto st. ; lot 24, iu
block If, Mississippi av.; Intn3 ond 4, in
block 19, Caroliua st.: lot 2, in biock 4i,
Ninth st ; lots .V and 3i, Fort PiokertOK;
lot ,13. in blrck u. Fort Hlckerin; p rt eo
lot Wi. at intersection Old and New Madi
son; lots 4 and 0, in block 107, Mayburn v ;
lots M and in block 11, Fort Pinkerinn';
lotv'0, in block 1, Jaokson st. : lot 9, block
2', Fort Pickerirjr: lot 21. In block 10,
Broad -ny st. ; lots 23, 24 and 2, in block 7,
Fort PikerinK; and ihat Francis White,
MHrtin (Jnfho and Clara 'ordes an W. ii.
Brown, are nou-residenti of tbe B ate of
it is therofo'e ordered, That the? make
their appearance herein, at Ihe cmrthouse
o- t-heloy county, in Memphis, Tenn., on or
before tie not Monday in May, lKHti, and
plead, answer or demur to rompUinai.t's
amended hid, or the SAme will betaken for
confessed as to them and set for hearing ex
r i arte; and that a copy of this order be pub
ished i nee a w es, f r four su-res-ive
weeks, in the Memnhis Anneal. This :iuth
day of March. lKHrt. A copy attest:
8. I. MnTJOWELlj. C'erk and Mnitor.
Br J. M. Hritdiey, Deputy C. and M. !
Met alf A Walknr, Holy, for enmprnt. wed I
Office Public Administrator 8helbv pounty,
Court House Memphis, Tennessee, Man h
nHE undorsitrnd having ben appnir.ted
1 anl iun ified administrator of t e
tate of W. T. Pryor, deoeifed, notice H
hureby given to all persoo indebted to said
estate to come forward and settle; and to
those to whm said estate is indebted to file
their claim with me, duly probated, within
the time prrtS'-nbed br la', or th sam will
be forever barred. JOHN LOAUUE.
wel julie A''"inrtrfitoT'.
Proioals mprnveinent of Uot
hprlujc -trairvHt'Oii, Ark,
Dkparturnt ov thk Intihior, 1
WaVm on, April 5, lwo I
C BALED PROPwFALS "ill bo r-ceived at
O this lep rt'-'ent until 12 o'clork m., Fri
d iji, April 30. 188s tor furniehinK thu mate
ria' and inbnr reim'Td in comp etinr th cul
vert, securing hot water cprinas and lttying
cor tam iron pipo- in the improvement of
Hot priiip-g Ke-ervatlou, at Ho. , rings,
Blnk forms of proposal, specifications
and instruct! -ns to bid lo s will ne I urni bed
npon aMidicatii'O to this Department, r to
the .Super ntondntoT Hot Spriuvs lie er
vation," at Hn- Sprins.
2 ActiriK seTotary.
a eo. W. Toiullu,
a dWU a a svaw' aaai aawa aataaw J
r ilavinf I'urcbaaed the entir atock efVehi
elea and the Manufacturin Departtuent ef th
Woodraff-OaiTcr Carriac and Hardware Co., we
tire better prepared to mt th detnanda rt the
i trade in thia lin than any home in the South.
; We occupy th old etaod of tbe company, which
I ia Ihe laraieat and moat rommoJioua KepoMtrr
j in th country. We offer tpecial inducaiuei.ia
I in OPEN HI 111) IKS, 0f oar own make, at
and TOP BUOOIES, of oar own make, at .
All work fully guaranteed. A fulMin of beat
Eaatern Work daily ra: acted and laweat pricaar
; Call Bef oreYou Buy
-HaTitiir Hiaind of our entire aUick of V-hti-lea
and the Manufacturing Pepartiuent to
Meaara. TOM LIN at HKNJ ES. we beaieak for
: them a continuant- of th patrsnan ao Inn
, extended to ua.
CAltRIAOE AND HAKDWAKK COMPANY.
OOOIM KWW !
No. 13X4 Main 0t.,
Ilaa juat receiyad a laru atock of th
latet atyla of
rAssiMEitrs a x u wousmw
for Panta, which we wiP make to order at
much leaa than the uaual pneea. We will
make a go il all-wool panta for 9l Call
and examine our good. Alao, a complete
ol UKNTs' FI KMSU1NU UOoUS
f the couiiug soaaon at our uaual low
a. HKXIKKt0. 214 M.II.V ST.
r M IUL I'Hl.t:, 75,OlM -Tlcki
tx only S1 Nhnrw-v In
. V -al- Ni ,. ' I .fl
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
S'do herehy teftvy thU etpMitur (4r
frmwrmtHtmfitr all th Monthly urni ijfu tr
ten JjrawtHo of th Loutnna Stat Utttr
I 3Ptfnmv, and in prrn mnnape ami control
thf ifr-' -inv' thnntftvfBt and tkat th xme
are rontntr h'mtift famta a ad in
trood faith loiivirrf a!l t rt And tre authorial
the thmj 'tnv to te thia rm'i 'ili, ttnia fac
4tniU o' nu 3aaturt attacked, in ad
Wt, Ikt nirridnit Bunk and Airafcara,
inil pnv PriufA drtiien an Th Lnuxniinn
.S'lue Lttttrrirt whirh mny be prnntH at. our
J II Odl.K.SIIV.HrcH. l.n. NhI'I Hauk.
J. W.UII.IlKfll ll.lr-a.Nlnj- Nnt'l Hit
A. Il IIHIIW, I' re. !V. O. Nnl. Ilk.
in -'Hi o.iiied In 1Kik lur twonty-Bve yeara
ih eifiaiuture fur Kiluoational anil
O'.Hritiib'n urn iin.iea with a caiutal nf Sl,-i-i.ihhi
t.inl.n I. it reaarv fund uf orVal,
irni hiia amoelienn ini'lmi.
Uy un overwhelming Tmiiulat vote Ita
fniK'i'ie wa maileapart of the iireaontSlal.
''iHtitutwi , adopted loeiubr ad, A.I.
77ia only Lottery efar mold on and iwiurari
til Hir trtiile nt any iStat.
It nonrr acntfi arintnf.
Urn Wrnml Ninarlt Nniailavr lrrlaiC
tMlaa. ilr aiaaaaalhly, laaail llir fr.M
f rnrllunrj larataainaia rraralnrly a
fry llirro l lia Instead or a.-tnl.
Aiiniallr nn hrrlIre, ktrnlnnln;
a npi.i:mii ofporti'Nitt ti
Wii a hikiiivi:. kiftii okand
drawing, ci.ah8 k, ik tub acadkmy
of music. nkw oklkan8, tukhuay,
HajIl.lMit-IKM Monthly Drawina.
liMI.IHKITIrhrla nt FIt laollnm Enrla
rrawilloaaa, laa riltlia, II
LIST OF PRIZE!-.
1 Capital priie I Tft.OMI
1 Capital pri 2.', 0
1 Capital priie W,0
2 Priaea of J'ilPUII
5 Priie of KKJ - 10.0(0
10 Priies of !() 10,(
21) Prijoa of MXI...
l'i Priies of 2II
3'J Priiea of ll
S'KI I'riioa of 50
1(1 ) Priaea of 25
9 Apprniimation priaea ot 1750
y Approxiuiatioo pricoa of 500
M Apiiroxiination priioa gf 250
W Priioa, auinuntinx ti 2ii5,5(0
Application for ratca to muh nhouJd be
mii.i. only to rhe oliioa of the Company In
For further information write clum-ly,
iviiia full aJdroa. PaaixrAI. IV OT Km, Km
iireaa Mone Orrterfl. or New York Ksohans
In ordinary leiter. Ourrenoy by Kipraa (all
enina of t' ami u"Hrd at nur eipanae),
addrcased M. A. I4 1 I'H I ,
iaar rliia, l.n
Or M. A AI'PHIIV,
Wahliiln It. '.,
or at U Vnl I ouri ail., Jli inplilN, Tel
atak P. 0. Money Orilflm pajrak
nnd adilrpHK HfiriHlared LfUento
NKW OKI.KANN NATIONAl. MAN a
vw Orla.MK. i aa
( or. Scoul a:ul Munriu' SIm.,
Would call attention of his friends
and pat ons to his
m:w NIKIS NT?K,
Compriaing th ohrtpeat and lateat ds-
in of Foreign (iooda in th market.
Having taken apecial care In their aeleo
tfon, I am pleaaed to say to my euatomeri
and puolio who favor uie with a oall, to
ahow thou inei o gooda only foun j in
(KUCCWliSORa TO O. H. HOLKT t BHO.
I Funeral Directors.
i 'j HA5' nt.. WKmri'ijiw.
I A lrr l.i l. ' muioiete ai..na nt Wool
f MtallinCaaea and Cak"ta, Cl'.lii-Coy-
ered Caaket ami l ariul llol.ea alwaya o
I t"nd. rV,TArt b ?lfrai h promptly
, Notlc) Is Herehj IJiTro,
THAT th annnat meeting of th itiwk
bold. ra ol the Cheaapeake, Ohio
and Southweatern Railroad Company
for the election ol Diremora ana
aunh other huina aa may oome before the
meeting, will be h. I.I at th offl'n of the
t'nmpany, in the city of Memphia (oalled the
Taxing Diatriet ol Hhelbv Coutitvl. Tenn..
on th ftib Airii, IHH6, at U
o'clook noon of ibut dny, and that th leae
from that Com pawiy to the Newport New, an1
Mia iaa pt.i Valley Company will be aut
mittedto the (topkholde a for their conei
tben-to and approval there t. rrnnatf
hooka will b aloaed Irom March 25th.;
April 6, lum. , . .
By order of th Preaident and Doird t
Directora. ISAAC K. laATKS. SenretarrTJ
Jill I II Ntrf. JieilllMliw. 'I"
Ksft . I ii . , oi
ltt I'll,. .
wi' n JTi ' ji mm mt -mj1 dm h m ii i ri mm
JOHN KKU). H. K. UKC.
:7IW7H.:tso.:s-...;A4.:iM, mtoiuI KinrI, noiiIIi ot (luyoso.
Uoors, Sash, Bl'uu's Floonnrj. Ceiling, Siding, Shingles,
M.Mlliitu l.-fi,. afir st. bimI MfhH-
j. T. KAKGAHON. J. A. HIM. 0. C. IlKlN. H. A. 1'AHICICK. K. L. ttiMI),MN
j, t. i-mmm k m,
Wholesale Grocers & Cotton Factors,
SO Front 8trMi, Klnmptiu, Tenn.
Ootton oonaigned to u will hav our careful attention. We Tarry at all tiuiea a well-
aeloi-ivd atm'k o
Staple & Fancy Grirct rirt.s, w int.t. Llquors,Tonci: &. Cioart,
4nl Mil -M l.ftw ( th 9,immt
O.K lOUCIA Co.
Fiaec s and Organs
at i.ou i si lMtn i.s;i im asii oit timf.
luw Mnwi niul Hoolfw. w Pi'.uuw for Rout
W. W. HCIIUOLFIKL1). Lll'18 11ANAUKR. II. ii. M1LLKK.
SCHOOLFIELD. HAK AUER Co
250 ami 258 Front St.. Memphis, Tenn.
M. H. MOVER 4 CO.
LDier Yari ami i'lami Mill.
M ANUKACTUKKIiH OF
loorts NhhIi. IUIimIh, NohIiIIiikh, nil klmlai ol Door huI
IVIaalow I rHinet, HrHi-ketM, NiTolbWork, KoiikIi Hiid
IrwMl I,unilMr, Mi Inula, I.hIIin. WhUt ThuUh.
All Ulmlaa ol .Voo.1 Uork KautHl Ht Nliort Noll.
Nos. m fo 173 Washington St. Memphis. Twin.
IW CARRIAflE IM !
WOODRUFF & OLIVER. AGENTS
HAVINfl withdrawn from th Woodnifr ()liw Carr'a.i and Hardware Company w
have accepted th. Agency ol aome of th. Htrnt m -""r'"''" .li w!!'i
Ntaal.and ar now receiyuu a lull aaauriinent of CA Kill Ml jKS, "1'1I KS W A j NS.
HAU.N KSS and KADULKRY ; alao. a large atock of the improved IKNNKvhh AUO.NS.
All gooda are new. and built eaprely tor thia market, and will he old at very low pricej.
Olllce Mini MilcHrmtin, .. 20 Wain alrnel. . un-lnm,., . S0 t rmt MreeU
A. wimnKi rr
j v ouvrx
'ollar. Tr-t'o IihIiik, I.h I. Ink,
llllud Hrlll'H, 1Ihiih, I-B HIiikh.
IliM-klmiidas KliiRle TreHs Heplr I.lnk
IIauiexlrliiKS Ioulale Trei, C otioii ICopa,
Curry roinlwa, Horate ItriiNli-.
A Complete I.lue of the above Wood al Lowt lrloe.
WHOLKSALK M ANUFACTI RKK8
OI ana SIM Wain Mreel. Wemnlil", Tenn.
M. C. PKARCE.
Cotton Factors & Commission r.lerch'u,,
No. 27 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. TENl
W.ni . Qouloi
a o. in w y
i waaf aattha aaaaw .-Waa
- ' '
r .. wiMinm rr,
JOHN L. MnCLEULAN.
r, -- ea svir v wm i i mlrirt-I i m i